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Total Pond 14 in. LED Lighted Waterfall Spillway
0871980002021

Total Pond

14 in. LED Lighted Waterfall Spillway

$7997 /each

Product Overview

This 14 in. Lighted Waterfall LED Spillway can be installed in a pond or water garden. You will greatly enhance the beauty of your pond or water garden by adding this waterfall feature. It is equipped with long lasting white LED lights for night time enjoyment. This set includes a Spillway and UL approved transformer.
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Product Overview

This 14 in. Lighted Waterfall LED Spillway can be installed in a pond or water garden. You will greatly enhance the beauty of your pond or water garden by adding this waterfall feature. It is equipped with long lasting white LED lights for night time enjoyment. This set includes a Spillway and UL approved transformer.

Product Overview

This 14 in. Lighted Waterfall LED Spillway can be installed in a pond or water garden. You will greatly enhance the beauty of your pond or water garden by adding this waterfall feature. It is equipped with long lasting white LED lights for night time enjoyment. This set includes a Spillway and UL approved transformer.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
8
Product Height (in.)
2
Product Width (in.)
14

Details

Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
8
Product Height (in.)
2
Product Width (in.)
14

Details

Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Questions & Answers

Pump size for three connected units

I'm building a wall fountain and installing three units of these 14 in. waterfall spillway connected to a single pump. What pump size/capacity should I use (gallons per hour)?
Asked by: lv16
For Total Pond - additional info to the question. What i'm planning to build is a pondless wall fountain. The basin can hold approximately 150 gal of water.
Answered by: lv16
Date published: 2016-05-26

What size pump should be used with this?

Asked by: jr
This product is compatible with the Total Pond LL1200 1,200 GPH Waterfall Pump.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-04-03

Where can i find the fitting that screws into the back of the waterfall to add addtion line coming off.

I have 2 frogs that shoot water out their mouths... I want to run a line from the back of the water fall but I cant seem to find the fittings.
Asked by: josh
I simply going to surround the spillway with stone tile outed around the spillway. Using any type of outdoor galvanized screws from Home Depot will fasten the spill way to cement board or exterior plywood. Be sure to use silicone caulk for added protection.
Answered by: Kanzan
Date published: 2016-06-09

what pump to use with this waterfall spillway?

I have the exact fountain that you have pictured with this item. I purchased it form you a number of years ago. The pump that was included was a SKYISH pump DTP-700M. I need some replacement parts and a new filter. I've been searching the internet and can not find this pump. Can you help me out? Please send a response to my e-mail if you can . Thanks
Asked by: Dumper
I will be using a small sump pump, the less expensive on at Home Depot, fitted in a closed box with a screen filter on top.
Answered by: Kanzan
Date published: 2016-06-09
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Customer Reviews

14 in. LED Lighted Waterfall Spillway is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Perfectly with the round Beckett 35 Gallon Plastic Pond Liner sold by Home Depot for only $... Works Perfectly with the round Beckett 35 Gallon Plastic Pond Liner sold by Home Depot for only $34.98: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Beckett-35-gal-Plastic-Pond-Liner-PP1035/202206168?MERCH=REC-_-rv_gm_pip_rr-_-205584102-_-202206168-_-N This 14 in. White LED Lighted Waterfall Spillway, really enhances my small water feature in my front yard. & it really does deliver. It actually looks better in person or seeing it live at nightfall than what the picture reveals. "The waterfall sounds this spillway produces actually helps you to meditate, sleep, relax, etc This creates a natural ambient for you to escape from virtually any stress of the day." I definitely recommend using this with an outdoor mechanical timer such as the Woods Outdoor 24-Hour Mechanical Outlet Timer with Light Sensor set to go on at dusk, then off at dawn to prolong the life of the LED light transformer & LED lights. Note: The Blue LED lighted version is not as bright as the white LED, which produces a stronger impact effect upon the water. The waterfall spillway is carefully positioned upon two flat boulders placed horizontally, then concealed with boulders perched across the top, which are supported two vertical upright boulders or rocks on each side of the horizontally placed boulders. Use either flagstone or fieldstone. Use a pea level or level to level the waterfall spillway. Note: The boulders are not applying any weight or pressure to the plastic spillway. Only small rocks are placed on top of spillway plastic to conceal it. For maximum water flow & waterfall sound I recommend using a TetraPond Tubing 1-Inch by 20-Feet Pond Tubing, 1-Inch by 20-Feet together with a 1000 GPH Active Aqua Submersible Water Pump by Hydrofarm with dial turned to flow maximum GPH , (no less than 1000 GPH, but no more than 1400 GPH) pond pump. Note: For determining the correct pond pump size to use. The general recommended rule is 100 GPH per every one inch of spillway. I also recommend removing the filter from the pond pump & putting the pump in a mesh bag (Such as the Pond Boss PSWP Pump Barrier Bag) if your pond is under a tree like mine to prevent plugging your pump or overworking it. Note: I do not recommend adding any fish or plant life when using a waterfall with a water pump this size as it nots compatible for any living organism in this size pond. It's strictly a water feature for entertainment purposes only. I also recommended filling or topping the 35 gallon pond with water every 2 to 3 days. Check, as it may require less. Remember, I'm also running a pond spitter with a 250 GPH pump, which gradually splashes water out of the pond. Note: I never turn off my pond pumps, even during winter in the Pacific NorthWest. No issues whatsoever even below freezing as long as the water is flowing & the pumps are completely submerged under water. Btw, my cement/concrete Coy Fish spitter is a very popular water feature in my front yard & is made by Darios Statuary of Tukwila & Seattle Wa. Hopefully this information really guides or inspires you to create an inexpensive & easy to maintain water feature such as mine for you, your wife, family & friends to enjoy. If this review helped or inspired you in anyway, please let me know by clicking on the yes button. Thanks!
Date published: 2017-06-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Your mileage may vary. I'd finally built the fountain I wanted to use this with (3 feet high, nic... Your mileage may vary. I'd finally built the fountain I wanted to use this with (3 feet high, nice stones set on a backer board with a larger catch tray/pond at the bottom) and installed it. Worked fine then and still does now, however the LED failed not 2 months after I got everything put together. I poked at it a bit and can't see why it doesn't work anymore; could be the LED setup was bad to begin with. Still, the water comes out just fine and I still get the sound and daytime look I wanted out of it so I can't complain terribly much. It didn't get used much at night anyway, and I was usually the only one that even bothered with it after dark, so it doesn't really matter if I fix it. I just figured with it being an LED light it was last a few years instead of a coup[le months. I only rate it low because of that failure, otherwise its fine.
Date published: 2017-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best bang for your buck I'll save you the research just buy the this product, worth every penny. It does what it claims to do and the LED lights are awesome at night. Take in mind that you may to notch out some paver stones if you want it to sit flush, so I would recommend buying a diamond blade using an angle grinder. Water fall was easy to build.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very nice waterfall at a good price. Easy installation. ... Very nice waterfall at a good price. Easy installation.
Date published: 2017-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really cool water feature This thing is impressive. It is 14" wide and comes with a white led light. Led lights are manufactured to last for years. It also come with a reducer so you won't need a big hose. We also got our pump from HD. It is made out of heavy duty plastic but you still will need to brace the rocks or pavers so that they don't crush it. We are using it at our pond but have plans to build a larger water feature later.
Date published: 2016-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pretty accent to waterfall!! This spillway has been a wonderful addition to our diy waterfall and pond built last year. Wasn't sure if would make a difference and boy was I wrong. It adds light to the top waterfall spillway in a way that pond lights just can't do. It ramps up the nighttime abiance given by the waterfall to a new level. Something you would see in a high end resort. Very highly recommend!
Date published: 2016-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quick way to add a neat water feature. Light casts a nice light on my patio at night. With regard to the pictures I'm posting they are not the finished product but quick proof of concept I did tonight after finally getting enough time to give it a quick test run before I build the final product. I've added a number of water features around the yard and patio lately and my wife wanted one more and this spillway gave me a quick easy way to add one that has a nice sound to it. This one sits on a concrete patio and is strictly above ground. After the others I've done I did not want to do any more digging. So here's what I'm using and how for this quick little feature. I had a few different basins already but the one that worked well was a concrete mixing basin that is 1 ft deep and 2 ft x ~3 ft. I also already had some river rocks on hand. I also had some steel bar grating already that was 2 ft x 5 ft. Lacking that you can buy plastic grating that is made for pondless water features in 2ft x 4ft sections and that would work well for this while being a heck of a lot lot lighter. (this steel grating is HEAVY) But since I had the steel grating already it was free and quick. I put blocks on either side of the basin and put the bar grating over that then put some galvanized wire I also already had on hand with 1/2" holes over that to keep any smaller the rocks from falling through. The grating does not rest on the bin so I can slide the bin out by just removing the front stones if I need to (such as when winter rolls around) Then I covered that with river rock/large pebbles. Around this I stacked some landscape stone. This was some small gray ones I already had on hand but I did not have enough and I may replace it with some that has a red instead of gray hue. I also did not have enough to make it as tall as I intend in the end. That finish work is a job for next weekend. When I finalize that I 'll also wrap the sides and get rid of those flat stones on the side (they're just 4 gray capstones I had on hand to hold in the pebbles for now) In place of those I'll add more river rock (and I wont stack my joints like I did here but stagger them). You can see from the pictures it is still a work in progress but you get the general idea where it it is headed. Yes, it looks rough and dirty right now but I'll clean it up a lot before I finish. I may integrate a couple small planters on the sides too. I know my wife thinks you can't get too many plants. If I figure out if they will let reviews be updated I'll add more pics when I finish the project. But this worked for a quick proof of concept test to show my wife and gets me well down the road to wrapping it up into a final product. It also lets me gauge exactly what parts I need to wrap it up. Today it was late and I lost the daylight and assembled a lot of this in the dark so all the posted pictures are taken with a flash. I may cut a foot off the bar grating to get a slightly less wide fixture to fit my space better. (yes it sticks out the right side in the pics) For now I have a foot sticking out the side so that still needs work. I'll also put more pebbles on it too later since in the flash I see I left gaps (hey it was dark when I put those in). I was skeptical about how the LED light would look but it casts a nice glow over the patio lighting up the ground pretty well making it easier to see where you are walking at night. That was a nice surprise. I'll probably put the light on a remote control and leave the pump on all the time. The pump I tested with was a little small too so I'll likely go to a pump closer to the 1000 GPM they state should be used. If you had all the stuff on hand and ready to go instead of gathering things from all around the house like I did you could toss one of these together in maybe an hour or two maybe less. (I'm old so it takes me longer) As for the water sound I had expected this to be pretty quite since there is a smooth flow out. But it actually gives a good stream like sound after going over the river rock and into the bin. I also have a universal rock pond and the sound from this is louder than the sound of the waterfall cascade into the pond. I don't mind though. I like the sound it gives off.
Date published: 2016-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well-made and sized. LED lighting is a great idea. You’ll immediately notice that the build quality on this is pretty good. It’s rugged enough to hold up in the intended environment. Stainless hardware will hold up well over the years and of course so will the LEDs. This spillway, which I hadn’t thought to add until I saw it is a really nice touch, especially when visible in the evening. Be sure to match it to an appropriately sized pump, as listed in the manual, which can be found here on the product page. This was a great nice touch and a great weekend project. I took nothing off the rating because I had no complaints or thoughts on what I'd change.
Date published: 2016-08-04
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